Expedition merging on highway falls on its face and there's no power

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  1. Captain Kirk

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    Well it shut down on the highway a few times. This time got codes.

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    So my expedition is 73mm throttle body?
     
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    Pretty sure OEM TBs are 54mm the aftermarkets are 73mm or 80mm if memory serves correctly.

    The 15-17 Expeditions share the TB with 11-16
    F-150s.
     
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    Be advised for 2005+ vehicles, a larger throttle body may require a tune/calibration. May just wanna get an aftermarket one that is same size
     
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    The manufacturer said a tune isn't needed. I also called tech support and they said the same thing.
    Thanks though.
     
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    Whatever, it’s your truck that will suffer eventually
     
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    Also check for a recall. On the 2013's we had a recall for the transmission they had to reprogram it, it takes about an hour. It's some sensor in the transmission it throws the tranny into 1rst. Mine was doing this and the wrench would come on and acceleration was slow.
     
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    LOL. Ok
     

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